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"Studies in the Literature of Sherlock Holmes"


Published August 2, 2006


The foundation document for Sherlockian studies, this is also a hilarious satire of Biblical and literary criticism. The author, Ronald A. Knox, later became better known as Msgr. Ronald A. Knox, Bible translator and mystery writer.


Date 2006-08-02
Source "Sources in the Literature of Sherlock Holmes", 1911
Run time 50 min.


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Reviewer: squirrel99 - - February 24, 2009
Subject: Study of Sherlock Holmes
Anyone familar with the Sherlock Holmes stories is sure to love this essay. "It is simplicity itself"!
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